Orthodontics is the practice, teaching and research into the comprehensive therapeutic treatment of dental deformities as well as irregularity in the relationship of the lower to the upper jaw.
The Master of Science in Orthodontics is intended to prepare a specialist who is proficient in providing comprehensive treatment of malocclusion and dento-facial disharmonies in children, adolescence, and adults. This program is also designed to contribute to the orthodontic specialty, orthodontic academic programs, orthodontic research, and the public by graduating, skilled broadly educated and well-trained clinicians, and clinician scientists.
The goal of this program is to teach a variety of treatment mechanics that are scientifically endorsed and let the Students make choices based on treatment needed on a case-by-case basis.
During their program, Students will provide high quality Orthodontic treatment. The Students will become involved in service to their profession and to the community at large.
The programme is also intended to prepare students for future roles in the areas of clinical research in stimulating and encouraging development of a critical and inquiring attitude that is necessary for the advancement of practice, research and teaching in Orthodontics.
During their programme, students will provide high quality Oral Surgery care. The students will become involved in service to their profession and to the community at large.